How To Reheat Egg Drop Soup?

For people who love soup as much as we do, it can be heartbreaking when the pot goes cold.

Even though you can store soup in the fridge and heat it up later, egg drop soup is not really a hearty option for much longer than a day or two.

But what if there was a way to reheat egg drop soup? You’d be excited beyond belief.

We’re going to let you in on the little secret of how to reheat egg drop soup. This is a very common question among people who love this particular kind of soup and we thought that it would be great if we could write an article about it because so many of our readers were asking.

So jump right in and we’ll tell you how to re-heat Egg Drop Soup!

Methods For Reheat Egg Drop Soup

There are several ways you can reheat basic egg drop soup before the crunch comes. Read on and find out which one is best for your own needs:

1. Stovetop Method

Simply heat up the soup on the stove while stirring until it has reached a rich and creamy consistency.

2. Microwave Method

Use conventional cooking ware or a microwave-safe container, and heat it up for about 30 seconds. You can add some water if you want to thin out your soup.

Reheat Egg Drop Soup
Reheat Egg Drop Soup

Tips For Reheating Egg Drop Soup

Here are some tips to get the best result:

1. Stylize Your Soup

If you’re having trouble with a plain egg drop soup, add in the ingredients that will give your soup the look you want (osmium black beans, miso paste, etc.) You can also use herbs or spices to spice up your egg drop soup.

2. Avoid Overcooking The Soup

Reheating soup directly in the microwave can easily result in overcooking. Avoid this problem by setting the microwave for short intervals (20 seconds to a minute) and stirring in between.

3. Try To Add Water To The Soup If It’s Too Thick

The soup will definitely taste best if it’s not too thick, but if it does get too thick place more water into it. Remember that you should never reheat food that’s been left out for more than two hours though!

After re-heating egg drop soup, you can even add things like fried or boiled meatballs or even extra chicken or ham to give your egg drop soup an extra kick. You can even add rice if you want to bulk it out even more.


There you have it guys; the complete scoop on reheating egg drop soup! This is a very useful article for anyone who likes soup. Now, you probably don’t have to worry about your soup going cold for more than a couple of days, which is great right?

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